WEATHER BLOG: Sunday
A cold front in the northwest which will eventually move towards the east during the middle of the week. For our region the low pressure in the Atlantic Ocean will continue to move to the northeast today which will provide our eastern regions with easterly flow. This will keep the coastal communities of Delaware and Maryland rather cloudy throughout the day today. This low pressure is fairly weak so inland areas will see more of a northeasterly wind direction. Further inland across central MD/PA/NY the wind direction will be more southerly which will cause for a higher chance of an instability shower to pop up. The 1-95 corridor will be in a squeeze one of drier air where any precipitation will be hard to come by due to high pressure over Nova Scotia. The coastal areas DE/MD could see something this morning as the low pressure is the closest to the coastline. This afternoon will be a little different as the sun will return especially west of the coastline where the wind direction is more out of the north. This should allow temperatures to reach into the upper 70s and lower 80s. An afternoon shower can not be ruled out across inland areas where sunshine will be more dominate than cloud cover. By tonight the low pressure will move towards Nova Scotia as the high pressure that was once over Nova Scotia will move west towards Quebec. Any spotty shower that does pop this afternoon will fade by this evening as the sun sets.
Tomorrow the high pressure will shift southeastward into the Atlantic Ocean which will once again keep the I-95 corridor dry from widespread showers that form in the afternoon. The best chance of seeing precipitation will be back west into central MD/NY/PA. We will see more sunshine tomorrow compared to today which will help squeeze a couple degrees warmer than yesterday.